Some Photos about Phnom Penh of Cambodia

As the first stop of our trip, Phnom Penh, the capital of Cambodia, did not impress us particularly. After coming out of the very small airport, the sweltering air inevitably brought us some irritability. After a short rest, we arrived at the Royal Palace in Phnom Penh in the afternoon. The palace opened at two … Read more

Some Kids that I Met in Cambodia – Gallery

In addition to the stunning remains of ancient civilization, Cambodia’s most intuitive and profound impression for me is that it is too dirty and backward. Only the city centre has a real asphalt road, and in the countryside, the trees on both sides of the road are covered with a thick layer of loess, and … Read more

Old Market in Siem Reap

On the first day in Siem Reap, we did not go directly to Angkor Wat, because everyone was very tired, so we arranged a more leisure trip. In the morning we were going to visit the famous old market here first, and then in the afternoon to buy tickets to Angkor Wat. The hotel we … Read more

Pub Street in Siem Reap

Pub Street is the most prosperous place in Siem Reap. The street is not long and is lined with bars, and at night every bar is filled with tourists from all over the world. Although it’s called Bar Street, it’s actually a restaurant street, but, these restaurants also serve alcoholic beverages. This time to Siem … Read more

Floating Villages and Night Market in Siem Reap

If the remains of the Angkor Temple represent the splendid civilization that Cambodia once possessed, the floating villages and night markets are the epitome of the lives of ordinary Cambodians. As the largest freshwater lake in Southeast Asia, Tonle Sap Lake is the mother river of the Khmer nation. There are many floating villages on … Read more